Small cap technology company Massive Dynamics (OTC:MSSD) is one step closer to giving fans of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) tablets and smartphones exactly what they want... a way of having one device serve as both. At the same time, MSSD is close to giving investors what they want... a red hot stock.
First things first. Massive Dynamics is the maker of the TeliPad, or a credit-card-sized device that attaches to the back of a Google (Android-powered) or Apple tablet, and turns that tablet into a smartphone. The user still needs a mobile phone account and phone number, obviously, but since the TeliPad device contains the sim card from the smartphone - where the customer's phone number and data are stored - the TeliPad does for Apple iPads and Google tablets what both of those companies oddly left out - the ability to have both devices, but only carry around one product.
Any demand for the product? Yep. MSSD sold 200,000 of them on a pre-order basis, with little to no wide-scale marketing.
Fast forward to today (well, yesterday actually). Massive Dynamics has received its first shipments of the TeliPad device. The company didn't report how many it received, but it's likely all of them will be sent right back out to those pre-order customers. Now's when the word of mouth marketing really starts to get into high gear.
As for the stock - not that MSSD really needed much more PR than it's getting from the buzz surrounding the device - the company sent a message that it's getting serious about keeping the market interested in the stock by hiring a public relations firm. Not only will adding this service be good for the stock, it will be good for TeliPad sales.
This particular PR firm has handled clients such as Walmart, politicians, school districts, and more. So, it's plenty-well-equipped to handle Massive Dynamics' publicity needs.
All that aside, those traders who are interested in MSSD but not yet in a trade may want to consider that the stock made a convincing bullish reversal doji bar back on the 7th, and has been following through to the upside ever since (and on pretty strong volume to boot). If anyone wants in, sooner may be better than later, as the chart has legs.